Homemade phosphorus fertilizer

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Homemade phosphorus fertilizer
Using the proper fertiliser can greatly increase crop yield. (billes d"engrais 4 image by Nathalie P from Fotolia.com)

Homemade phosphorus fertiliser is a great way to get the most out of a garden or orchard. There are quite a few recipes available, but this particular one is completely organic and very cost-effective to produce. The mixture will last for a number of years if it is kept dry.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Large plastic garbage can with snap-on lid
  • 1.81kg. seed meal
  • 0.454kg. dolomite lime
  • 0.227kg. bone meal or 0.454kg. soft rock phosphate
  • 0.227kg. kelp meal
  • Gloves
  • Dust mask

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Instructions

    Organic Homemade Phosphorus Fertilizer

  1. 1

    Clean and dry the garbage can. Any contaminates or moisture will degrade the quality and shelf life of the mixture.

  2. 2

    Put on a dusk mask and pour the ingredients into the garbage can.

  3. 3

    Mix the ingredients together thoroughly. The best method is using gloved hands for initial mixing and then shaking and tossing the garbage can until the mixture is even.

  4. 4

    Seal the garbage can with the snap-on lid.

  5. 5

    Store in a cool, dry place until the fertiliser is needed.

Tips and warnings

  • This recipe can be scaled by replacing the "pounds" with "parts." Securely fasten the garbage can lid to prevent moisture from ruing the stored fertiliser.

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